NOTE: This American Life has retracted this story because we learned that many of Mike Daisey's experiences in China were fabricated. We have removed the audio from our site, and have left this transcript up only for reference. We produced an entire new episode about the retraction, featuring Marketplace reporter Rob Schmitz, who interviewed Mike’s translator Cathy and discovered discrepancies between her account and Mike’s, and New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg, who has reported...
Negativland, playing live at the Empty Bottle in Chicago, IL, on 8/25/2013 Well, now. What we have here is a bootleg recording (made with permission of the band) of the very recent, very rare live performance by the ground-breaking audio artists, Negativland. This performance was recorded on a Zoom H2 recorder, as a 256k stereo MP3 file. I’ve taken the liberty of doing a little bit of light mastering on it; a touch of EQ-ing, a little compression, that sort of thing, to make the recording a... Topics: Negativland, Concert, Live Recording, Ian Monroe, Mark Hosler, Peter Conheim, Don Joyce
Various scanner recordings done by Robert Keyes on April 19 2013, where the Boston police raided homes and locations in search of the Boston Marathon Bombers. Quality is variant. Recorded with a microphone and USB TV scanner.
Browse this collection here. The 8bit-collective is a community website dedicated to the sharing of chiptune music. Chiptune musicians repurpose legacy computer hardware, video game consoles and other toys in order to compose original music. Since the site launched in 2005, interest in modern chip music has exploded. In 2011, 8 Bit Collective went down, leaving a significant hole in the history of chiptune and 8-bit music. This is a fan compilation of many of the highest rated music pieces from...
The State Archives of North Carolina is part of the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. It collects, preserves, and makes available for public use historical and evidential materials relating to North Carolina. Its holdings consist of over 30 TB and 50,000 linear feet of analog, born-digital, and digitized content, including official records of state, county, and local governmental units, and copies of federal and foreign government materials. In addition to these official records... Topic: North Carolina
The Goa,1556 Shared Content Collection. Mostly audio recordings from the region of Goa, in India, shared in the spirit of democraticising the spread of knowledge and information, at no cost, with all who may need it. Topics: Goa, India
Since 2005 the Arizona State University Libraries has been delivering information to our users at their point of need. The Library Channel is a prime example of how the library produces and provides content to our students using latest technologies. Library Channel content includes: original audio and Video podcasts, library news, informational and instruction library programs, lectures, oral histories, and the popular The Library Minute video series. The Library Channel also provides a key... Topic: Arizona State University
A collection of audio books, recorded programs and multimedia resources from the Yiddish Book Center. Now featuring selections from the Frances Brandt Online Yiddish Audio Library and the Sami Rohr Library of Recorded Yiddish Books, produced by the Yiddish Book Center in cooperation with the Jewish Public Library of Montreal . The Frances Brandt Online Yiddish Audio Library can be subscribed to as a podcast as well . Please note that some of the titles embedded in the tracks are not yet... Topic: yiddish
This is a collection of helpful information for Partner Relations. Scanning Center Coordinators should be familiar with this material! Topic: training calls robert miller pasta1 robertmiller script partner Source: robert
Jumble was established as a podcast in 2009 by Yuri Vasilchenko / FUSELab and Evgeny Shchukin / Modul. Later Jumble became a record-formation responsible for profound shapes of dub/bass and experimental/future beats. Jumble is a part of FUSELab media association. http://fslab.net/jumble >> Attention please. This collection is no longer moderated. Please check the new FUSELab archive.
The Carport Orchestra presents an audio hodgepodge of original compositions and quirky covers. Sit back, turn out the lights, and let the Carport Orchestra take you on an aural extravaganza. * Topic: carport orchestra
Security Justice is a podcast by a group of security professionals from Cleveland, Ohio. We recorded our podcasts on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Come on out to the Northeast Ohio Information Security Forum meeting and afterward join us while we record the podcast, usually in a local pub. Security Justice welcomes audience participation! Our podcasts are focused on topics from the Northeast Ohio Information Security Forum. We typically interview the speakers from each meeting and also...
Official web home of instrumental and electronic music project. Latest • Albums • EPs • Singles • Videos All music is a stories expressed in music about One World and its inhabitants. Series and chapters: Nicolaus Land: Nicolaus Estate, Thunder, The Last Days Outer Space: Universe, Time Traveller, The Last Journey Molten Lips: Overdose, Molten Lips Angels Valley: The Big Room, Timeless Building The Sun: Die FM, The Sun Geometry Club: Geometry, Red March, Cheery Party ... Topics: Albert Pak, Electronic, Instrumental
These recordings were created by users of NINJAM, which is GPL free software for music collaboration. Most of the mixes here were automatically generated by software that analyzes the jams for interesting parts.
Sermonindex is not an attempt by man to build something for God. It began as God gave the burden and only will continue as He is guiding the work being fully trusted. It began by a work of God's Spirit and for His glory: Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit, says the LORD Almighty. The work and ministry of SermonIndex can be encapsulated in this one word: Revival. Concepts such as Holiness, Purity, Christ-Likeness, Self-Denial and Discipleship are hardly the goal of much modern...
Computers, technology, and science are the topics featured here. Listen to weekly interviews with leading scientists and technologists in the Berkeley Groks collection; or explore issues related to the open source and digital commons movement in the Conference Proceedings collection.
The Rosetta Project items from The Long Now Foundation. The Rosetta Project is a global collaboration of language specialists and native speakers working to build a publicly accessible digital library of material on the nearly 7,000 known human languages. The collection currently contains nearly 100,000 pages of material documenting over 2,500 languages, as well as a growing multimedia collection of modern and historical language recordings. The Rosetta Project is one exploration of The Long... Topics: rosetta project, the long now foundation, language
AfterhoursDJs is an internet radio station broadcasting exclusively live mixed electronic music. They have existed for many years. If no live broadcast is occurring, recorded livesets of the past are broadcast - and it's a shame that these aren't publicly browseable! As most DJs don't or can't maintain a persistent archive of their past livesets, that's what I'm attempting to do here.
framework began broadcasting in june, 2002 on the newly reformed resonance 104.4fm in london. the show now airs on 5 radio stations around the world, with more to follow soon, and streams and podcasts here on it’s own website. framework is consecrated to field recording and it’s use in composition, and began broadcasting at a time when a new community of sound artists with a special interest in found sound was developing, a community spread across the world that, thanks to the internet, was... Topics: experimental, field recording, phonography, sound art
Audio recordings of the weekly conference calls of Books Group management staff.Calls that are unavailable include: Dec. 19, 2011 Jan. 24, 2012 Topic: training calls robert miller pasta1 robertmiller coordinators coords tuesday tuesdays Source: robert
"About once a month, I post a "mixtape" here of recent music videos that I have discovered and enjoy. I hope you enjoy them too! From September 2007 through March 2009, I posted a weekly audio mixtape here: a cassette-tape-sized chunk of new music. I did 75 of those weekly 90-minute audio mixtapes before I ran out of steam." - jwz
Move closer to achieving your physical, financial, and relationship goals with a regular dose of Personal Best Radio. In each show, host A.P. Grow interviews authors who have books on the topics that matter most to you - positive information for positive people. Mike Farrell, best known for his role as BJ Honeycutt on MASH, Walter Anderson, CEO of Parade Magazine, and Pamela Peake, author of Fit to Live are just a few of the many influential people you'll enjoy and learn from on this show. Topic: podcast
Sate sellers, moaning taxi drivers, busking dangdut bands, performing monkeys, squeaking becak, monsoon rains, hustlers, hasslers, mosques, massages, weddings, insects, pigeons, hammers, and the calls of some 20 passing street sellers – hear the candid random sounds of everyday Indonesia at the Indonesian Sound Archive* *[part of the soundgrabs collection]. Topics: Soundgrabs, Jakarta, Indonesia, Java, Bali, Indonesian, sate, taxi drivers, busking, dangdut,...